Mental Health Supervision I
This introductory program will provide clinicians with a solid "how-to" foundation for supervising MFT interns and trainees, psychological assistants and interns, social work associates, and other mental health supervisees.
Participants should be familiar with the supervision rules and regulations of their respective licensing
board(s) prior to completing this course.
This course satisfies the Board of Psychology and Board of Behavioral Sciences requirement for supervision training for all BOP and BBS-licensed supervisors of Psychology, MFT, and Social Work Supervisees.
Models of Supervision
Supervision Laws &
The Supervision Hour
The Nuts & Bolts of Supervision
Tips & Traps
Special Topics in Supervision
Hiring the Best Interns
Participants will be able to:
Distinguish between clinical supervision, clinical consultation, mentoring, and training for students and supervisees.
Understand the pros and cons of various models and forms of supervision.
Apply the supervision laws and regulations.
Steven M. Sultanoff, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist (#PSY 8687) and licensed MFT (#MFT 16081). He works as a therapist, supervisor, professor, consultant, and trainer. For 20 years he has served as a clinical supervisor in various agencies and universities, including 11 years as the clinical director in a psychology-training center. His passion for teaching and multi-media presentations earned him Psycho-Legal Associates "Instructor of the Year" award in 1999.